day off and marched to new york city's union square. the trend, it caught on, spreading through the growth of unions, but it didn't become a national holiday until 1894. a tradition that began 128 years ago today. happy labor day everyone. >> mike: we've got a great show from vegas, bill clinton is going to be with us. mr. president. >> hey, what's going on governor. >> mike: not much, glad you're going to be here. >> about that, i'm not going to be able to make it. >> mike: what? >> yeah, just, i got something else going on (laughter) >> okay. all right. let me try, let's see, i know who we can get. we also have donald trump lined up. let me make sure he's still-- hello, doned a. >> hey, governor, how is it going, guess what not going to be able to make it in today, having a little bit of a bad hair day. >> mike: what. well, thanks. all right. dr. phil is another one of our guests today.